Burnley Substitutes Shelter Children From Fan Violence At West Ham

The game descended into disgrace as West Ham fans invaded the pitch in the second half

The FA are considering charging West Ham following Saturday's supporter unrest, and are now awaiting the club's observations.

West Ham United's owners will be given additional protection at the London Stadium with a larger police presence and barriers to prevent a repeat of the crowd disturbances that marred Saturday's 3-0 home Premier League defeat by Burnley, British newspapers reported on Monday.

Tottenham Hotspur legend Graham Roberts expects Spurs' new stadium to be miles better than West Ham United's London Stadium home.

When West Ham fans were punching each other in the stands, some Burnley subsitutes gave up their seats on the bench to a group of children to shelter them from the violence.

"Before the final whistle, two of the directors went upstairs - were asked by the security people to do so", Brooking added.

Brooking also said that co-owner Sullivan was struck in the face by a coin after Burnley's third goal led to West Ham supporters directing their anger towards the directors' box.

Dyche felt it was the least they could do in the circumstances: "I think that was just a bit of diligence from my staff, just a commonsense moment I would say, when it's important players conduct themselves in the right manner, and ours did and said if they wanted to jump over, it's no problem".

West Ham plan to respond to Streeting's letter and have said Brady was not informed about warnings about the RWHFG that were communicated to their customer services team on 16 February.

The Football Association are investigating the events of the weekend, which saw West Ham captain Mark Noble confront one pitch invader before wrestling him to the ground prior to another supporter marching to the centre-circle with a corner.

"If you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact us". "They were unaware of the chaos going on around them".

The Hammers are now in the thick of a relegation battle in the Premier League and sit just three points above the drop zone.



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